Free Multiplication Worksheets 1-12
Free multiplication worksheets for 1-12 to help students learn single digit multiplication.
Use these multiplication facts worksheets to help student learn their times tables. These are perfect multiplication worksheets for grade 3 to help kids slowly learn the multiplication tables starting with 1s and inching your way up to 12s. These math multiplication worksheets are free and a great way to get 3rd graders started on the concept of single digit multiplication .
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This post and set of multiplication worksheets was originally published in 2014. I updated it with new fonts in 2023. Please re-download and enjoy again!
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It seems we’re practicing math facts every time I turn around here at the Hill House! Because learning math facts doesn’t seem to be one of my children’s favorite tasks, I try many different methods so it doesn’t feel quite so monotonous.
This week, my 2nd and 4th grader will work there way through these multiplication worksheets.
My 4th grader should be ( should is the operative word there) able to breeze right through these. My 2nd grader will go as far as she can, which will probably be to the 5’s.
➡ Browse through all of the math worksheets and printable hands-on activities here at Mama’s Learning Corner. You’ll find more multiplication worksheets , math puzzle cards, color by sum or difference, and more.
Each of the worksheets in this set focus on one set of multiplication facts, including numbers 1 through 12.
Simply draw a line from each fact to the correct answer in the middle column.
If these multiplication facts are easy for your child, have him time himself each day and see if he can beat his time from the previous day!
Another idea is for your child to time himself for 5 consecutive days and then graph his data to prove which day he achieved the best time.
Here are a few more ideas for using these multiplication worksheets in your home or classroom:
- Assign one page per day or a set of pages per day (2’s and 3’s for example)
- Place in centers inside a plastic page protector and provide dry-erase markers
- Have students time themselves each day for 2-3 consecutive days and see if they can beat their previous times
- After students timed themselves for several days, assist them in graphing their own data in a bar graph
- Or graph the data of the whole class after timing for a week. Find Monday’s average time and graph, Tuesday’s average time and graph, etc.
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January 24, 2015 at 4:02 pm
Thank you so much for these fun worksheets! I wanted to let you know however, that the word ‘Multiply’ at the top of each page is missing an ‘l’…
January 31, 2015 at 9:30 am
Danyelle, I proofed these worksheets 4 TIMES and never caught that! Thank you! Changing it now.
Grateful for you letting me know! 🙂
August 17, 2015 at 8:43 am
Anyone in Classical Conversations would LOVE to have these up to 15×15. Thanks so much!!!
August 17, 2015 at 10:41 am
You’re so welcome, Allie! I’ll put it on my to-do list to adjust it to go to 15×15! 😉
March 3, 2016 at 9:03 am
Thank you so much for this. My son is struggling with getting faster at his times tables when they do the weekly tests. I have been looking for something we can do at home besides flash cards.
March 3, 2016 at 9:06 am
Hey Jennifer! I’m so glad you found this packet! Yes, my 8 year old is really struggling with learning these, as well. I created a set of multiplication puzzle cards that I hope to have up on Monday. And I have another set of Multiplication packets I hope to publish asap, so make sure you stop back by to get those! 🙂
August 8, 2016 at 7:53 am
Thank you. I am using your sheets to help my 9 year old feel more confident with his times tables. These will be great homework supports for him…all the way in Australia!
August 9, 2016 at 6:31 pm
Oh yay! How fun that you’re using these all the way across the world! I’m glad he’s able to use them!
Thanks for stopping by today! 🙂
November 16, 2016 at 9:44 pm
Thank you for this! The multiplication worksheets are so clever. My 8 year old is struggling with her times tables and I think the different perspective will help her significantly!
December 27, 2016 at 5:17 pm
I’m thrilled your 8yo can use them, Chrissy! My older two had a lot of trouble learning those pesky multiplication facts, too. I hope to have several more multiplication activities in the coming year!
December 30, 2018 at 1:25 pm
These are fantastic. Thank you for sharing these!
February 16, 2019 at 10:37 am
I’m so glad they’re a good fit for your children! Enjoy! 🙂 Lauren
October 29, 2020 at 12:54 pm
Hi Lauren! These worksheets look amazing! I tried to download but it says an error has occurred. Do you have any suggestions? Thank you so much!
October 29, 2020 at 3:00 pm
Hi Lindsey! Usually that error occurs when the Wi-fi is spotty and the connection isn’t consistent. Try using a wired connection, or even a different device. Hope that works for you! xo, Lauren
October 29, 2020 at 10:30 pm
Thank you for the quick reply! That worked and I was able to print for tomorrow. 🙂 These will be such a wonderful tool to help increase fluency for my son. Thank you for sharing!
November 3, 2020 at 7:46 pm
Yay! Glad that worked!! Thanks for letting me know- xo, Lauren
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Students are constantly learning new and complex content as they progress through their education.
At a young age, they’re introduced to multiplication — something that’s used in everyday life, from simple math skills when grocery shopping to complex calculations on tax forms.
A simple way to teach students how to multiply is through a multiplication chart, also known as multiplication tables or times tables. These charts help students memorize various multiplication equations, so they can come up with answers quickly and accurately.
This article gives you access to free printable multiplication charts for your classroom. We’ll also explain the best ways to teach multiplication tables to your students and show you different multiplication games to help them memorize these tables as multiplication facts.
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After mastering counting and addition, students take the big leap to multiplication.
The best way to teach multiplication is to say ‘ groups of ’ instead of times . Explain to students that when multiplying, they’re adding together groups of numbers.
3 × 4 becomes 3 groups of 4.
4 + 4 + 4 = 12
Multiplication is a shortcut to adding groups of numbers together. This method of thinking helps students understand why they’re multiplying and how it works.
We’ll go through a 1-12 times table chart and show you the best tips to teach your students.
Learning times tables, as you’ll see, can be super simple for students in primary school and up.
Tips for the 1 times table
Anything multiplied by one stays that number. These equations always mean there’s only one group of numbers.
Tips for the 2 times table
Anything multiplied by two is being doubled . Students can also think of this as adding two of the same number together.
How to memorize the 1-12 multiplication table
Tips for the 3 times table.
Three doesn’t have any rules that make its multiplication table easy to memorize, but there is a pattern for every ten multiples of three:
The last digit of these multiples always repeat, which means that students can remember these digits to help them with the three multiplication tables.
Take a look at the next ten multiples of three:
The last digits in both groups are the same: 3, 6, 9, 2, 5, 8, 1, 4, 7, 0 .
If students can remember this order they will at least know what the last digit of any multiplication of three is. For example, numbers that end with a nine that are then multiplied by three are going to then become a number that ends with a seven .
Teach your students the pattern of the three multiplication table as if it were a phone number, (369) 258-1470 .
Tips for the 4 times table
When a number is multiplied by four, double it and then double it again. It’s not the most clever trick, but it works!
Tips for the 5 times table
Five is one of the easiest multiplication tables to master. Teach students that the five times table always follows the pattern of ending with:
Odd numbers multiplied by five are going to end with a five, while even numbers multiplied by five will end with a zero.
Tips for the 6 times table
When multiplying an even number by six, the solution always ends with the last digit of the number that’s being multiplied.
Unfortunately, this trick only works for even numbers, and not for odd numbers.
Tips for the 7 times table
We can use our previous tips to figure out the first few multiples of seven:
- Multiplying seven by two is the same as doubling seven — 14
- Three times seven results in a number that ends in a one — 21
- Multiplying seven by four is like doubling it twice — 28
- Multiplying an odd number by five will give a solution that ends in five — 35
But what about remembering later multiples of seven?
Here is a handy trick for seven times eight. The solution for seven times eight is like counting upwards:
Now your students have another memory trick to help them through their seven times tables.
Tips for the 8 times table
Double, double, and then double again!
Tips for the 9 times table
The nine multiplication table seems hard to learn, but there are two tips that can make them simple.
Multiplying by nine is the same as multiplying by ten and then subtracting the other number:
The second tip works for the first ten multiples of nine. Every time students increase what nine is multiplied with, the tens column of the solution increases by one, while the ones column decreases by one.
Tips for the 10 times table
Ten has the easiest multiplication table to remember. Tell students to add a zero to the end of whichever number they’re multiplying by ten.
Tips for the 11 times table
Up to eleven times nine, tell students they can repeat the digit they’re multiplying by eleven.
Tips for the 12 times table
To make the twelve multiplication table easier, split it into two parts, ten and two. Then add them together!
4 Fun multiplication chart & times tables games for classroom learning
Students have to remember a lot of numbers when looking at a multiplication chart. Math puzzles and math games can make developing these essential math skills fun and engaging, which helps ingrain the information in students’ minds.
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Prodigy Math can help you teach multiplication charts , assign specific questions and track how students are doing in real time!
The game keeps students engaged with content through an exciting story and loads of features. All of the “marking” is done for you — instantly! Reports can then tell you which topics students are struggling with.
Prodigy Math creates a personalized learning experience for every student, so they can practice the skills they have trouble with. This allows all students to learn at their own pace.
Meanwhile, from the teacher dashboard, you can create assignments and practice tests, view statistics, and plan lessons.
2. Table races & speed tests
In this game, students race against the clock to complete as many equations as possible.
Supply students with a math worksheet that has several columns of equations. Each column should have a different multiplication table that’s completely shuffled up.
For example, in the times table worksheet one column will only have the four times table while the next has the seven multiplication table.
Keep the equations shuffled so students can’t simply count upwards to get the answer. They’ll need to think critically as answers range across the different multiplication tables they’ve been taught.
Once every student has a worksheet, give them a countdown of 60 seconds to answer 20 questions . Then have students tally up their answers to see how they did.
This exercise is just for fun, but adding an incentive — like crowning a class champion — can get students more interested in the activity through interactive learning. Try to go back and do this activity a couple of times a week.
Eventually, students will have no trouble filling out entire columns of questions correctly in less than 60 seconds!
Try this free table race template in your class!
An alternative to this game is doing a simple speed test , where students can try to improve their speed going through a series of flash cards instead of multiplication worksheets.
Using this method, teachers can customize and randomize the series of, say, 10 cards and see how students improve their solve speed week-by-week.
3. Multiplication bingo
This game can be played as a class or in groups. You’ll either need dice or a random number generator, and bingo sheets to get started. Bingo sheets will have the solutions to multiplication chart equations in a five-by-five grid.
You can fill out these charts yourself, or have students create their own bingo sheets to get them a little more involved.
Note: if you’re using dice, make sure your students aren’t putting the one multiplication tables in their bingo sheet, as it will be impossible for those to come up.
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Now, use dice or a random number generator to get your equations. Students then solve the equations to get the numbers on their bingo cards.
If students are working in groups, have them write down the equations so you can check their work.
For dice, roll a pair of them and add the values to get the first number. Then roll the pair of dice again and add the values together to get the number to multiply by. For the random number generator, randomize two numbers from 1-12 and use them for the equation to solve.
Once students have solved the equation they can check their bingo sheet to see if the value is there. This is a great way to get students to think critically and avoid simple memorization of multiplication tables in list form.
4. Multiply to the top
This game creates a class competition to see who can complete their multiplication tables the quickest — and more importantly, the most accurate.
Shuffle up the entire 1-12 multiplication chart and have students compete to see who can answer questions the fastest. The trick is, as soon as a student answers a question wrong, their climb is over. This ensures students aren’t just trying to answer as fast as possible, but are making sure their answers are correct.
Create a visual board for students to look at with a picture of a mountain. Put students’ names up the mountain, depending on how far they got. Students will love competing to reach the top.
Make an event of this game. Students can answer questions at the front of the class to try for the mountaintop title. Students will be excited to compete and showcase their skills.
Conclusion: multiplication table chart
Multiplication is one of the most common forms of math that we encounter every day.
Learning the basic multiplication chart is essential for young students. It will help them throughout their educational career and their daily lives.
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The 12 times table is often the last multiplication table students will learn. Some schools only go up to the table of 10. However, it's always useful to practice the 11 and 12 times tables as well. It's especially useful to learn the 12 times table, as it regularly appears in many maths problems and even in daily life. In addition, when moving beyond the 10 times tables, interesting patterns will emerge that will give students the confidence to solve more complex problems in the future. These free 12 times table worksheets provide you with an excellent tool to practice and memorise the tables.
The 12 times table is probably the hardest multiplication table to memorise. However, there are several tips to help you learn this table quicker. Let's take a look at some of the sums. 1 x 12 = 12, alternatively this is 1 x 10 + 1 x 2 = 10 + 2 = 12. Now the 2nd. 2 x 12 = …., which is 2 x 10 + 2 x 2 = 20 + 4 = 24. Now let's move up a bit and examine 9 x 12, 9 x 10 + 9 x 2 = 90 + 18 = 108. This method is an excellent way to practice the 12 times table if you haven't memorised it yet. It is important to regularly practice and repeat the multiplication tables. We recommend at least 10 minutes, and even 15 minutes for the best results.
The times tables are the basis of more elaborate calculations and one's general maths comprehension. The exercises provided here are suited for maths education taught in primary school. These free 12 multiplication table worksheets for printing or downloading (in PDF format) are specially aimed at primary school students. You can also make a multiplication worksheet yourself using the worksheet generator. These worksheets are randomly generated and therefore provide endless amounts of exercise material for at home or in class. Enjoy using the multiplication tables 1 to 12 printable worksheets.
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12 times table worksheet PDF is an awesome tool that encourages kids to efficiently develop a perfect learning skill. An excellent knowledge in multiplying by 12 activities enables kids to get along with any tricky multiplication task other than x12. As a result, this worksheet offers well designed exercises for an amazing comprehension of the 12 times table.
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It is made up of random outstanding exercises ranging from 12 x 1 to 12 x 12 .
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12 x 4 = _____
Yeeh! I take my 12 = 10 + 2
Now (10 x 4) + (2 x 4) = 40 + 8 = 48
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Multiplication Practice Sheets 1-12 – Multiplication Worksheets are a fantastic method to teach children the twelve times table, which is the holy grail of elementary math. These worksheets work in mentor trainees one element at a time, but they can additionally be utilized with 2 factors. Usually, these worksheets are organized into support teams, as well as students can begin finding out these truths one by one.
What are Multiplication Worksheets?
Multiplication worksheets are a helpful means to assist pupils learn math realities. They can be utilized to show one multiplication reality at a time or to examine multiplication realities approximately 144. A worksheet that reveals a pupil one reality each time will certainly make it less complicated to bear in mind the reality.
Making use of multiplication worksheets to show multiplication is a fantastic method to link the learning gap as well as give your trainees effective technique. Lots of on the internet resources use worksheets that are both fun and also easy to use. For example, Osmo has a variety of free multiplication worksheets for youngsters.
Word issues are one more means to connect multiplication with real-life scenarios. They can improve your kid’s understanding of the idea while enhancing their computation rate. Numerous worksheets include word troubles that imitate real-life circumstances such as shopping, time, or cash computations.
What is the Purpose of Teaching Multiplication?
It’s vital to begin instructing children multiplication early, so they can enjoy the procedure. Children often end up being overwhelmed when presented with a lot of truths at the same time, so it’s best to present brand-new truths one by one. They can move on to increasing by 2, three, or four once pupils grasp the very first couple. It’s also practical to offer students a lot of technique time, so they can come to be fluent in multiplication.
One of one of the most effective knowing aids for youngsters is a reproduction table, which you can print out for each and every kid. Kids can exercise the table by repeating additions and counting to get answers. Some children discover the multiples of 2, 5, as well as 10 the simplest, but once they understand these, they can move on to more difficult reproductions.
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Multiplication Practice Sheets 1-12 are a wonderful means to assess the times tables. Trainees might additionally find worksheets with images to be valuable.
These worksheets are wonderful for homeschooling. They are developed to be easy to use and involving for youngsters. You can add them to mathematics facilities, extra technique, as well as research tasks. You can even tailor them to fit your child’s needs. Once downloaded, you can additionally share them on social networks or email them to your child.
Lots of kids fight with multiplication. These worksheets are an excellent method to help them overcome this hurdle. They feature multiplication problems at different levels of trouble. The worksheets aid pupils find out to resolve these problems in an enjoyable and interesting means. They can likewise be timed, which helps them find out to work quickly.
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Multiplication by 12 Worksheets
Multiplication by 12 worksheets can help kids learn the additional facts and understand the principles of larger numbers multiplication better. Multiplication by 12 worksheets help kids to be able to do 1 to 12 numbers multiplication and they can learn to master the multiplication facts.
Benefits of Multiplication by 12 Worksheets
Multiplication by 12 worksheets gives different methods to solve types of multiplication problems and it will help to solve the equations problems in future. Multiplication by 12 worksheets are very useful for kids to grow their math skills. They also give methods for getting kids to practice multiplication and other important concepts.
Multiplication by 12 worksheets builds a strong calculation skill in kids. They are also great for conducting formative assessments and math skills.
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These math worksheets should be practiced regularly and are free to download in PDF formats.
Multiplying (1 to 12) by 4 (100 Questions) (A)
Welcome to The Multiplying (1 to 12) by 4 (100 Questions) (A) Math Worksheet from the Multiplication Worksheets Page at Math-Drills.com. This math worksheet was created on 2021-02-19 and has been viewed 470 times this week and 678 times this month. It may be printed, downloaded or saved and used in your classroom, home school, or other educational environment to help someone learn math.
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Multiplication facts with 11's & 12's
Students multiply 11 or 12 times numbers up to 12. Worksheet #1 is a table of all multiplication facts with eleven or twelve as a factor.
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